The discussion about a decision-making process was continued by an encouragement to observe possibilities. Often when seeking a solution to a problem or a challenge we want to reduce all the possibilities to quickly get to a single solution. This rush to an answer can be premature and may actually lead to the dismissal of a better possibility or even a good solution. Sometimes it helps to list a wide range of possible solutions no matter how outlandish or ridiculous they may seem at first glance. It's possible that one of them may not be as ridiculous as it first seemed to be.